Express delivery service TNT announced plans to make all of its services in major European markets carbon neutral.
The Russian Post is attempting to improve its service.
Focusing its attention on core competencies should prove beneficial to Royal Mail and its users.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) reports that 78 percent of executives in the field expect 2015 to show an improvement in profitability over 2014.
The Royal Mail has launched a new service to make delivery to eBay buyers easier for sellers to set up, with its new Click and Drop program.
In an effort to boost its international parcel delivery bona fides, UPS has announced the launch of a new trade consulting service in Asia.
In an effort to keep up with the growing demand for parcel tracking services, Romanian Post has installed GPS technology in all of its fleet vehicles this month.
DPD has announced the addition of another €11 million facility in Bavaria, as it expands its market footprint and boosts sorting capabilities.
For many services that manage letter-post, streamlining a system for destroying undeliverable mail can build customer confidence and prevent messy and damaging situations.
This year, UPS expects to handle 4 million returns from the holidays.